MELBOURNE, Florida – AeroBase Group has become an authorized distributor for Checkers Industrial, a supplier of aircraft chocks and cable protectors.
SEATTLE — On the eve of the 100th anniversary of the start of World War I, a one-day symposium at The Museum of Flight on Saturday, July 26, brings together the leading experts on World War I aviation to show how recent investigations are revealing surprising new information.
Speakers include Javier Arango, who uses his personal collection of airworthy World War I airplanes in flight programs to chart the real abilities of the ancient aircraft. Other presenters are renowned World War I aviation historians and authors John Morrow, John Ross, John S. Ballard and Richard Hallion.
LAKELAND, Florida — Destination Aviation and STEMtastic summer camps have started at the Aerospace Center for Excellence (ACE) on the SUN ‘n FUN Campus.
EAA Air Venture aerobatic headliner Sean. D. Tucker and Hartzell Propeller are continuing their partnership for the 2014 edition of the world’s greatest aviation celebration – EAA Air Venture Oshkosh, held July 28 to Aug.3.
In addition to performing his aerobatic demonstration in the Oracle Challenger III, the EAA Young Eagles chair will be available for autographs at Hartzell’s new and expanded exhibit 296/297 in the Main Aircraft Display area. Check the Hartzell Propeller website for the latest schedule.
At the recent Partnership for Corporate Aviation Training (PCAT) Safety Smackdown, Advanced Aircrew Academy presented a check from the Safety Clickdown program to fund PCATs scholarship program.
PCAT is working with the National Flight Academy providing scholarships to the Ambition program for top high school students interested in a career in aviation.
The Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA) has joined with aviation businesses, other GA organizations and individuals in a complaint filed with the FAA July 2 to ensure that Santa Monica Airport (SMO) remains open after 2015.
Globalair.com blogger Sarina Houston put out a call to pilots on Reddit asking them what they wished they had known as a student pilot. The answers are interesting, ranging from how to get fuel at a self-service pump to how to start a hot engine. Check out the blog here.
What do you wish you’d known as a student pilot? Tell us in comments below.
Crowley’s Alaska fuel sales and distribution group has unveiled McGrath Airport’s first aviation fuel card lock system, offering pilots the convenience of 24-hour refueling services at one of the region’s busiest airfields.